5 Top Tips for Seeking Sponsorship as a Rider

Alexandra Fraser4 months ago

It’s that time of the year again…the sun is shining, horse shows are in full swing and the requests for sponsorship from riders are abundant.

Here at EquiNutritive we get dozens of sponsorship requests every single week and we’re definitely not the on...

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Busting the Myth: Turmeric and Pepper

Alexandra Fraser7 months ago

Turmeric is becoming a widely used spice in equine diets and its benefits are undeniable. We know from speaking to our own customers what a difference turmeric in the diet can make, particularly to older horses and those who compete heavily.

As with m...

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Busting the Myth: Turmeric and Pepper

Hearty Hawthorn

Alexandra Fraser7 months ago

Hawthorn (Crateagus monogyna) is a plant that offers many benefits for horses with each of its components being beneficial – leaves, berries and flowers.

 

Hawthorn has been used in a number of cultures for thousands of years to cure and heal all manne...

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Hearty Hawthorn

Purifying Peppermint

Alexandra Fraser8 months ago

 

We all know horses find peppermint to be especially delicious but aside from being a scrumptious treat it offers a wonderful array of health and medicinal benefits. Since horses find peppermint so palatable, it’s also a great way to offer health ben...

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Purifying Peppermint

The Perils of Corn in the Equine Diet

Alexandra Fraser8 months ago

 

Corn (or maize as it’s referred to in the UK) is a common addition to equine diets, either on its own or as part of a compound feed. Corn is a relatively cheap, high energy grain and is also highly palatable. Seems like a good pick, right? It defini...

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The Perils of Corn in the Equine Diet

What the Omega?

Alexandra Fraser9 months ago

There’s a lot of talk about omegas in the horse world and most owners know that their horses need a good balance of omega fatty acids in their diet. But what are omegas, why are they important and what exactly is a good balance.

What are Omega Fatty A...

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What the Omega?

Cleansing Clivers

Alexandra Fraser1 year ago

Clivers is an often under-rated and underappreciated herb. It is often known as goose grass or scratch weed and is widely considered to be a pesky herb that crops up all over the countryside.

 Despite the negative associations that people have with cl...

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Cleansing Clivers

The Connection Between Nutrition and Hoof Health

Alexandra Fraser1 year ago

 

 

There is an undeniable connection between diet/ nutrition and the health of equine hooves (and we’ve all heard the saying ‘no hoof, no horse’).  The connection is one that many people find a little mysterious but it can be simplified for easy under...

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The Connection Between Nutrition and Hoof Health

How Horses Keep Themselves Warm

Alexandra Fraser1 year ago

As horse owners we all know that the ideal, natural environment for a horse consists of the following:

-       Continuous access to food and water

-       Opportunity to graze

-       Living in a herd environment

-       Shelter from inclement weather

 In...

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How Horses Keep Themselves Warm